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Telstra to cut 326 call centre jobs in Perth and Melbourne
Sends more work to the Philippines.
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Cost increase in biggest market to hit profit margins.
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Goodbye ServiceFirst: Fresh faces fill outsourced service centre
Majority of former staff opt for voluntary redundancy.
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ServiceFirst to shut down in six months
Shared services agency slimmed in lead-up to outsourcing.
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Margins are getting tighter in the industrial services industry, so Transfield Services' Stephen Phillips looks offshore - and to the skies - for the solutions he needs to keep pace.
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Macquarie Group CIO exits the company
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AusPost weighs up outsourcing end user IT
Union leaps to defend cut-weary workers.
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CIO exits as Coles steps up offshoring
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Sydney Trains signs $35m outsourcing deal with HCL
Application support and maintenance.
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Defence contractor ditched over data offshoring
Personnel info sent overseas since 2012.
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ATCO outsources and folds IT shop into Wipro
Ten year deal gives Wipro a beachhead in Perth's oil and gas sector.
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Aussie blue-chips come clean on data offshoring
Analysis: Who sends stuff where?
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Rio Tinto to outsource IT 'back office' to IBM
Cost reduction exercise.
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Committee stays out.
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Telstra blasts bid to block Sensis offshoring
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Jul 5 2013 4:55PM
QBE postpones IT cost-cutting
Focus on process redesign, Manila operation.
Jul 2 2013 11:35AM
Aussie IT workers threatened by skilled migrants: survey
Perceptions harming IT sector.
Jun 19 2013 1:23PM
Privacy commissioner reminds APRA of data offshoring rules
Regulator develops data protection guide as banks go to the cloud.
May 10 2013 12:06PM
ANZ denies report of Indian IT sale
Pours cold water on Wipro rumours.
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